Visit to the Finnish capital

Vice-President Miklós Marosi and Attila Turi, chair of Section of Architecture travelled to Helsinki between 29 January and 1 February 2020 representing HAA with Patricia Keszler, international rapporteur to open a tableau exhibition of the Section of Architecture of HAA entitled Hungarian Mosaic. The exhibition is open for visitors for six weeks at the Hungarian Cultural and Scientific Centre in Helsinki.
The first stop of the three-day program was at the Hungarian Embassy in Helsinki, where Ambassador György Urkuti received the Hungarian delegation for a dinner. Then there were official meetings with such personalities as Tomma Lindh, Nina Heikkonen, Reetta Heiskanen, Arja-Liisa Kaasinen, Asmo Jaaksi and Timo Riitamaa.
The opening of the exhibition took place on 30 January at the Hungarian Cultural and Scientific Centre in Helsinki, where the audience was greeted first by Gábor Richly, the director of the institute, then Miklós Marosi made a speech and opened the exhibition. For the event a Hungarian-English booklet was published with the same title.
On 31 January the delegation made further visits to the most famous buildings of Finnish architecture, such as the Helsinki Opera House, the Finlandia Hall, the Rock Church carved into granite rock, and the main library, Oodi, which was opened two years ago.
March 2, 2020